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New fEMG Study Shows Value in Combining Neuromarketing and Survey-Based Advertising Testing

In a new study of advertising content that combined both neuro-physiological measures and traditional copy test measures, G&R has found that the two assessment approaches can yield different guidance when evaluating copy effectiveness. Commercials with strong emotional activation as measured by facial electromyography (fEMG) may not have high recall or persuasion, and visa-versa. In other […]

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Advertising Effectiveness: Problem #30

Problem: Settling for Engagement. As media choices grow, engagement has received interest as a metric for elevating cross-media assessment. All eyeballs are not equal and some media channels, particularly digital ones, assert they are better than others at delivering eyeballs that matter more to a particular brand. Engagement focuses on the qualitative side of communication […]

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Say It Ain’t So, Chuck

Thoughts on the Use of Online Opinion Polling by a Gray Lady and a Peacock To qualify candidates for the recent 2015 GOP debate, Fox News used results from polls conducted by Bloomberg, CBS News, Fox News, Monmouth University and Quinnipiac University. The fact that all five studies were conducted via telephone is not a […]

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Advertising Effectiveness: Problem #12

Marketing ROI calculations often measure activities such as sales, inquires, and clicks to gauge the effectiveness of a program. The strength is that these measure what someone actually does, as opposed to what he or she says they will do. However, activities, even ones as concrete as sales, are short-term behaviors; what someone does today […]

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Giving Super Bowl Advertising a Buzz: Social Media Initiators Influence Super Bowl Advertising Buzz and Buy Advertised Products

Super Bowl watching is a social experience. We watch the game eagerly for its pomp and competitiveness, but also to assemble with friends and family, be part of a community, and engage with others as the show and the advertising unfold. We share food and drink. We talk before during and after the game. And, […]

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What’s in a Norm? Food for Thought

Ad research pioneers George Gallup and Horace Schwerin had mixed opinions about the value of norms. They understood the theoretical importance of benchmarking, but they also understood the knowable and unknowable error that all benchmarks have. Indeed, Horace Schwerin once commented that he believed copy tests should be conducted without norms. It was his view […]

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